Arise Virtual Solutions Proven to Provide Opportunities for Women- and Minority-Owned Businesses
(MIRAMAR, FL) November 28, 2016 -- Arise Virtual Solutions Inc., award-winning leader in on-demand customer management SaaS solutions, announced results of a survey of the thousands of primarily work-from-home small call center businesses using its technology platform.
Arise has been a long-time partner and advocate for small businesses. The Arise Platform is a means of controlling your own destiny, and a first step to seeing how far you can go on your own. It de-risks the proposition of starting a call center business and gives small business owners the means to schedule their work around their lives resulting in more work-life balance and the ability to spend more time with loved ones.
The survey revealed that approximately 64% of call center businesses using the Arise platform are minority-owned and 89% are women-owned.
“I started three years ago, to bring in extra income and now I do it full-time,” said Terica Roberts, owner of TNR Solutions Inc. “I’m taking care of my family. My mother didn’t have this type of opportunity, but I own my business and that means success for me and my family.”
“Arise champions and empowers an increasingly entrepreneurial population.,” said John Meyer, CEO of Arise Virtual Solutions. “We are fostering the growth of American small businesses run by women and minorities, here at home, while helping to bring call center opportunities back to the U.S.”
About Arise Virtual Solutions Inc.
Arise is a pioneer of on-demand customer management technology and business process outsourcing. Our cloud-based platform provides a virtual network to connect primarily work-at-home service professionals running small call center businesses to companies needing contact center and other services.
Learn more about Arise Virtual Solutions Inc., please visit www.arise.com.
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Arise Virtual Solutions Inc.